The Assumption – 16th August 2015

Is this a web address you recognise? You should do because it is the parish website. Yes, our parish has an active and functioning website. It is full of information about all three Churches, including history, Mass times and the many events that happen and which make our parish a vibrant active place.

Click onto Groups and find information about parish groups, who to contact and how to join. These are only a fraction of the groups active in the parish. Why are others not listed? Because no one in those groups has sent in information and photographs! So if you are part of a group not listed, then get your page up to date.

The website also has a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The Facebook page is accessible through the website, but you will need a Facebook account yourself. Then you can join the olotv group. Facebook gives access to further information about parish life and things that should concern us. Also this is a useful platform for advertising your events and getting feedback from others. You can display pictures and comments.

This is not just for teenagers, we are all welcome. You may think that technology is not for you. But we need everyone to join in young or old. It’s not as difficult as you think, though if you are older, you may need a helping hand and some of the website group will be happy to help.

We also need younger members of the parish to get involved – you are the computer generation! Post your comments let us know what you think. The parish and indeed the church as a whole is always looking for fresh views and to encourage the young to make their voice heard and their presence felt.

So look at the website, tell us what you think, join in the discussions and post your views and comments on Facebook.

Our website provides a window into our parish and people from many parts of the UK and from as far away as Australia and America have looked in – often to learn what times our Masses are!

The website is still being built and is run and maintained by a small group of volunteers and we need more parishioners to join us. So why not join us?

To find out more see our contact page.

The Website team

Posted in Clitheroe, Dunsop Bridge, Sabden.